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An Indian girl stands in front of the stage dancing to Irish folk music and waving her Union Jack flag as if her life depends on it.
In a week’s time we will be a third of the way through 2014. Time, as a modern version of the old saying might go, travels faster than Usain Bolt.
One of the mantras of this blog is that you don’t necessarily have to travel to the other side of the world to find an amazing travel experience.
With 2013 already becoming a distant memory, it seems an appropriate time to cast an eye over the travels Michelle and I undertook last year – part two!.
This week’s Where in the World? photograph was taken at Northamptonshire Athorp House. Or to be more exact at the Round Oval, the final resting place of Princess Diana.
The ancestral home of the Spencer family is set in acres of greenery, with Althorp House itself an imposing sight.
Althorp House is probably best known as the final resting place of Diana, Princess of Wales. The ‘People’s Princess’ was interred at The Round Oval on the estate of her ancestral family, the Spencers. But the history of the house, and the artefacts within it, go back far beyond DianaRead More …
Princess Diana’s childhood home and final resting place, Althorp is a beautiful 14,000 acre country estate in the heart of Northamptonshire.